Information Security Training


The Annual Information Security Awareness Training course for fiscal year 2022 is required for all faculty members and staff employees, including student employees who use ASU IT systems.

The course for fiscal year 2022 opened on July 1st, 2021 and the deadline for completion in CHS is Friday October 29th, 2021. The quiz takes approximately 5-10 minutes to complete and can be accessed on the Get Protected web site.

Direct link to the course

You will need to click the Enroll in Course button and then Go to the Course button to access. The required quiz is in the quizzes section in the left menu.

Each of us is responsible for properly handling information resources, whether that data is stored on a workstation, phone, or tablet. The ASU Information Security Training course includes necessary information on how to protect both personal and ASU information, recognize common threats like phishing, respond to incidents, and encrypt laptops, desktops, and mobile devices.

Please make it a priority to set aside a few minutes to complete this training.THE TRAINING MUST BE COMPLETED BY FRIDAY OCTOBER 29th, 2021. Failure to complete the training by the deadline will result in a reset of your ASURITE password.

Unlocking your account will require you to contact the ASU help desk at 1-855-278-5080 (or 480-965-6500). You will then have 5 calendar days to complete the training before the next account suspension.

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Contact Information

Henry Barto
CHS IT Director

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